photo art studio – the photography critique

Photo art studio critique today’s photography submission comes from an emerging professional photographer , Marius, with his own business http://www.photoartservices.com   Marius  thank you for your submission. Your images are […]

Photo art studio critique

today’s photography submission comes from an emerging professional photographer , Marius, with his own business

http://www.photoartservices.com

 

Marius  thank you for your submission. Your images are generally OK, but for a professional outlook, they could use a bit of quality improvement. They are as good as any photography enthusiast, and they do not stand out in any way

I can probably make comments for all 3 of them as they have the same approach

All compositions are OK,  nothing major to comment on. I would probably make her smaller to show the flowers and him as well to breath more, but this is not important.The portrait of the man without hands is not the best choice: either show the hands completely in the image, or crop more to focus on the face. this is in between…

Something that I would probably love to see is increase in colour vibrance and a bit more colour depth.The black should be blacker. It looks straight from the camera with no post production done to it. the post production is the bit that get images from the RAW format and look, to the WOW factor.

As already mentioned, all images are normal but they do lack a bit of creative edge. What camera and what lenses did you use?

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Narcis

 

Despite the fact the group would be more suited to a landscape group shot, I do not mind the vertical composition. My recommendation is to play and see the people smaller, without visual obstruction like the wooden hand rail. Also more effort into posing would be good, as the  bridesmaid is not showing the face. It looks just a random pic rather than a group portrait

Mihaela&Narcis

 

Pending your answer in regards the the camera used, I believe an increase of camera equipment would be a good opportunity for quality improvement of the final results. Also a bit more courage to experiment, break the normality and you might get something outstanding.

your feedback is welcomed

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